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Does SoMove software has an integrated library for " LabView " to test the Lexium Servo drives ?

"LabVIEW" is a graphical programming platform (National Instruments) that helps engineers scale from design to test and from small to large systems.
It offers unprecedented integration with existing legacy software, IP, and hardware while capitalizing on the latest computing technologies.
In case you need to test the drive, you can use a standard PC with optional hardware (I/O's) connected and LabVIEW software to control servo drive via analog voltage (speed or torque) or via digital signals from PC (for example there is possible to use pulses and direction digital signals).
Please see http://www.ni.com/labview/ for more information

"SoMove" is commissioning software for Schneider Electric (Motion&Drives product) servo drives Lexium 32, Altivar (frequency inverters) and Altistart (soft starters).
You can use this software for configuration, parameters setting and control via serial communication line.

Therefore, no need to integrate a LabView library in the SoMove software.
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